(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Exhibition of ceramic sculpture by Waylande de Santis Gregory: March 3 to March 31, 1935."

EXHIBITION OF 

CERAMIC SCULPTURE 

BY 

WAYLANDE deSANTIS GREGORY 

WORCESTER ART MUSEUM 



MARCH 3 TO MARCH 31, 1935 




N its first exhibition of 
ceramic sculpture the Museum presents an 
artist who has distinguished himself in a 
medium that has received slight attention 
from other American sculptors. Waylande 
Gregory's work is characterized by a power of 
invention and technical ingenuity that are 
truly amazing in one who has not yet reached 
his thirtieth year. The finished piece, whether 
of monumental proportion or modest scale, is 
the result of a diversity of elements ranging 
from the first sketch to the laborious research 
in the chemistry of clays, glazes and heat. 
Each step in the creation must follow with 
logical precision until what was originally 
common earth is moulded into a final struc- 
ture of rare beauty. 

Mr. Gregory studied in this 
country and abroad. He has received numer- 
ous awards, and exhibitions of his work have 
been held at the Detroit Institute of Arts, the 
Cleveland Museum of Art and the Montclair 

Art Museum. 

PERRY B. COTT 



TERRA COTTA SCULPTURES 

1 Bather 

2 Jchabod Crane 

3 Horse and Dragon 



4 Kneeling Horse 

5 Charging Horse 

6 Head of a Woman 

7 Young Madonna and Child 

8 Seated Madonna 

9 Sisters 

10 Swimmer, central figure for a 

fountain 

11 Fish Group 

12 Neptune 

13 Sea Satyr 

14 Portrait of my Wife 

PORCELAINS 

15 Male Swimmer 

16 Head of a Child with Braid 

17 Mystic 

18 sunbathers 

19 sunbather 

20 Madonna 

21 Resting Faun 

22 Head of a Girl 

23 Horse 

24 Torso 

25 Leda 

26 Pastoral Pair 

27 Seated Nude 

28 Lorelei